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News

The items below reflect recent articles that quote or feature CRFB staff and board members.

April 16, 2014 Dynamic Scoring Likely to Fuel More Partisan Debates | CQ Roll Call
April 15, 2014 Doc groups vow continued push for Medicare sustainable growth-rate fix | Crain's Detroit Business
April 15, 2014 Oregon businesses pay attention as tax breaks get traction in Congress | The Oregonian
April 15, 2014 Are We Heading Back Toward $1 Trillion Budget Deficits? | National Journal
April 15, 2014 As tax day arrives, where will your dollars go? | CBS Money Watch
April 14, 2014 Senate Finance Committee approves billions in tax breaks | MSNBC
April 14, 2014 Overseas Impact of U.S. Budget Battles | CCTV America
April 14, 2014 As Tax Day Nears, Where Does Your Money Go? | Wall Street Journal
April 09, 2014 Deficit Denial Hides Lingering Dangers: MacGuineas | Bloomberg TV
April 09, 2014 What is Paul Ryan's budget? | Vox
April 08, 2014 Here's How to Repeal the Employer Mandate and Cut the Deficit (And Then Some) | Fobes
April 08, 2014 Ribble, Pocan team up on long-term approach to medical research funding | The Greenbay Press Gazette
April 08, 2014 Beneficiary access unaffected by DME competitive bidding program, GAO says | Modern Healthcare
April 03, 2014 Senate panel backs revival of corporate tax breaks | The Boston Globe |
April 03, 2014 Lapsed Tax Breaks Get New Life as Panel Votes to Extend | Bloomberg
April 03, 2014 CRFB: How to Pay for the Tax Extenders | Politico
April 02, 2014 Congress Renews Annual Temporary Tax Laws Fight | The Chicago Tribune
April 02, 2014 UPDATE 2-Rum, race cars, windmills win U.S. Senate tax favor | Reuters
April 02, 2014 Senate Finance Committee's Wyden Vows To Renew Expired Tax Extenders For Last Time | Forbes
April 02, 2014 Lapsed U.S. Tax Breaks for Wind, Research Advance in Senate | Bloomberg